Accepting a Challenge
Reading Time: 2 minutes The following is a challenge my daughter gave me. Could I words of encouragement that could be read in one minute, around just one word.
Rahab The Harlot
Reading Time: 5 minutes Rahab The Harlot, a Gentile, is a warning and foreshadows where we live today, in a world of chaos. A world which is rushing headlong into the outpouring of God’s coming judgement.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Love Canal, Niagara Falls, became is infamous for being an environmental disaster of horrific dimensions. The women of Love Cove were dubbed as the ‘Hysterical Women’. They had every reason to be distraught. A rash of illnesses inundated their neighbourhood and was causing the death of their children.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Sarah Winchester was an American heiress, the wife of firearms magnate, William Wirt Winchester. She was among the most outlandish believers in the number 13. Sarah’s Winchester’s mystery was her labyrinth of a mansion.
Net Zero Costs
Reading Time: 3 minutes Net zero costs are not just about lowering emissions of carbon dioxide to net zero by 2050. There is a human cost to caring for the environment. They have already relocated the entire population of a town due to copper mining.
Is Number Thirteen Good or Evil?
Reading Time: 4 minutes Many associate the number 13 with rebellion and anarchy and bad luck. The Bible has a different perspective. Beliefs and customs around the number 13, range from the fantastic to the impossible.
A Grieving Mother’s Heart
Reading Time: 3 minutes There is no grief like the pain of losing a child. Giving a grieving mothers heart a voice should be top priority. What they have lost will not go away.
The First Feminist
Reading Time: 3 minutes Mary Wollstonecraft was a pioneer of women’s rights and the first woman feminist.
Condemned Without Trial
Reading Time: 4 minutes Many say Jael is condemned without trial. She committed an extraordinary cruel act in order to secure safety for her family. Was is cruelty, or an extremely brave thing to do?
Loved And Lost
Reading Time: 5 minutes Michal loved and lost. She was a princess who reached for the stars, but barely made the mountain tops. Michal was the second daughter of Israel’s first king, Saul. Instead of finding the prestige she hankered for, she fell completely out of favour.